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M.A/M.Sc Part-I/Composite 2nd Annual Examination 2016 Datesheet Sargodha University

M.A/M.Sc Part-I/Composite 2nd Annual Examination 2016 to be held in March 2017

Date & Day Subject Paper


Economics I. Micro Economics Theory
Islamic Studies I. Al-Quran
English I. Classical Poetry      ( New Course)
I. Classical Poetry       (Old Course)
Pakistan Studies I. Muslim Nationalism in South Asia 1857-1947
Physical Education I. Philosophy of  Physical Education and Recreation
Social Work I. History & Philosophy of Social Works
International Relations I. Introduction to International Relations
Chemistry I. Inorganic Chemistry
Political Science I. Western Political Thought
Arabic I. Tatbeeq-Ul-Qawaid-UL-Arabia
Education I. Philosophy  of Education




I. Urdu Ghazal          (New Course)
I. Classici Urdu Shairi (Old Course)
Punjabi I. Classical Shairi        ( New Course)
I. Classical Shairi        (Old Course)
Mathematics I. Real Analysis
History I. Research Methodology and Historiography
Education II- Introduction to Education
Zoology I. Biochemistry
Botany I. Phycology and Bryology   (New Scheme)
I. Phycology and Bryology   (Old Scheme)
Psychology I. Contemporary Schools & Perspectives in Psychology
Sociology I. Principles of Sociology
Mass Communication I. Functional Media Language (English/Urdu)


Economics II   Macro Economics Theory
Islamic Studies II.  Al-Hadith
English II. Drama -I  (New Course)
II. Drama -I  (Old Course)
Pakistan Studies II.   Research Methodology and Historiography
Physical Education II.  Movement Education (Basic Concepts)
Social Work II.  Social Case Works
International Relations II   Theories of International Relations
Chemistry II.  Organic Chemistry
Political Science II.  Muslim Political Thought & Institutions
Arabic II.  Al- Inshao Walmuhadisa
Education III. Educational Psychology


Punjabi II.  Nasar Qadam Tay Jadeed      (New Course)
II.  Nasar Qadam Tay Jadeed      (Old Course)
Urdu II.  Urdu Adab Ki Tareekh           (New Course)         
II.  Tareekh Zaban-o- Adab Urdu (Old Course)
Mathematics II.  Algebra
History II.  Early History of Islam (571 – 661 )
Education IV  Instructional Methods
Botany II.   Mycology and Plant pathology (New Scheme)
II.   Mycology and Plant pathology (Old Scheme)
Zoology II.   Development Biology
Sociology II. Sociological Theory
Psychology II.  Research Methodology and Research Designs
Mass Communication II.   Feature, Column & Editorial Writing









Economics III. Mathematical Economics
Islamic Studies III. Comparative Study of Religions


III. Fiction – I  (New Course)
III. Novel        ( Old Course)
Pakistan Studies III. Constitutional & Political Development in Pakistan 1947-2009
Physical Education III. Basic Anatomy and physiology
Social Work III. Social Group Work
International Relations III. International Relations Since 1945
Chemistry III. Physical Chemistry
Political Science III. Comparative and Developmental Politics
Arabic III. Al- Nasar-UL-Hadith
Education V- Curriculum Development









III Urdu ka Afsanvi Adab  (New Course)
III. Afsanwi Nasar Aur Drama (Old Course)
Punjabi III. Deen Tay Tassawaf ( New Course)
III. Deen Tay Tassawaf (Old Course)
Mathematics III Complex Analysis and Differential Geometry
History III. State & Society in Muslim India 1206 – 1707
Education VI – Educational Assessment and Evaluation
Botany III. Plant Biochemistry (New Scheme)
III. Plant Biochemistry (Old Scheme)
Zoology III. Biostatistics
Sociology III. Methods of Social Research
Psychology III. Psychological Assessment
Mass Communication III. Media History, Laws and Ethics


Economics IV. Statistics for Economists
Islamic Studies IV.  Islamic History
English IV. Prose    (New Course)
IV. Prose    (Old  Course)
Pakistan Studies IV. Pakistan Society and Culture
Physical Education IV. Sports Psychology
Social Work IV. Community Development  and organization
International Relations IV. Foreign Policy Analysis
Chemistry IV. Industrial Process and Quality Control
Political Science IV. International Relations
Arabic IV. Al- Nasar-Ul-Qadeem
Education VII. Classroom Management



Urdu IV.  Tanqeed Adab Nazrya-o-Amal (New Course)
IV.  Tanqeed Adab Nazrya-o-Amal (Old Course)
Punjabi IV Khasoosi Motalia Waris Shah (New Course)
IV Khasoosi Motalia Waris Shah (Old Course)
Mathematics IV. Mechanics
History IV. Muslim Freedom Movement in South Asia (1858–1947)
Education VIII. Communication Skills in English
Botany IV. Morphology and Anatomy of Vascular Plants ( New Scheme)
V.  Morphology and Anatomy of Vascular Plants  (Old Scheme)
Zoology IV. Cell and Molecular Biology
Sociology IV. Social Statistics
Psychology IV. Abnormal Psychology
Mass Communication IV. News Writing Techniques




Economics V. Islamic Economics
Islamic Studies V. Arabic Language & Literature
English V. American Literature                              ( New Course)
V. American Literature                              (Old Course)
Pakistan Studies V. Foreign Policy of Pakistan 1947 – 2009
Physical Education V. Science of Track and Field
Social Work V.  Social Policy & Welfare Administration
International Relations V International and Regional Organizations
Political Science V. Ideology and Dynamics of Politics in Pakistan
Arabic V. Al-Adab-Ud-Deeni (i) AL Quran Kareem (ii) Al-Hadith Un Nabbvi
Zoology V. Animal Physiology
Botany V. Bacteriology and Virology (New Scheme)
IV. Genetics (Old Scheme)
Mass Communication V. Communication Theory
Sociology V. Cultural Anthropology














V.  Urdu Lisaniyat Aur Qawaid (New Course)
V. Amli Qawaid-O-Insha  (Old Course)
Punjabi V. Tareekh Adab ( New Course)
V. Tareekh Adab (Old Course)
Mathematics V.  Topology and Functional Analysis
History V. History of Pakistan  (1947 – 1999 )
Botany VI. Cell and Molecular Biology                     (New Scheme)
VI.  Environmental and Conservation Biology  (Old Scheme)
Zoology VI.  Genetics
Social Work


VI. (a) Gender and Development

or (b) Criminology      or      (C) Human Rights

Sociology VI. Social Psychology
Psychology V. Applied Statistics in psychology
Mass Communication VI. Research Methods
Physical Education VI. Rules and Techniques of Games and Sports
Economics VI. Major Issues in Pakistan Economy


  • Dates for commencement of Practical / Viva Voce Examinations are given below. Practical / Viva Voce Examinations of regular students will be communicated to the Principals of their respective colleges whereas schedule of Practical / Viva Voce Examinations of private candidates will be dispatched at their postal addresses. Regular students are advised to remain in touch with their Principals. If any private student does not receive any intimation regarding Practical / Viva Voce Examinations before commencement date, he must contact the office of Controller of Examinations on telephone No. 048–9230905.
 Subject Date/s of commencement of Practical / Viva Voce Group/s Paper
Zoology 25-04-2017 I Practical
Chemistry 25-04-2017 I Practical
Botany 26-04-2017 I Practical
Psychology 26-04-2017 I Viva – Voce
Social Work 27-04-2017 I – II Viva – Voce
Arabic 02-05-2017 I – IV Viva – Voce
Physical Education 02-05-2017 I – II Practical



Candidates are directed to note the following instructions:-

  1. Roll No. should be written on the right of the title page of the answer book only and not at any other place. Answer book number should also not be mentioned inside the answer book.
  2. Marks of identification should not be made any-where in the answer book or on the title page.
  3. Part with any material relevant to the syllabus before entering into the Examination Hall.
  4. No appeal to be made to the Examiner in the answer book.
  5. Abusive or Obscene language should not be used in the answer book.
  6. Unfair Means Case will be registered against the candidate who refuses to obey Center Superintendent, changes his/her Roll No / Seat with another candidate, create disturbance, stages walkout, resorts to pen down strike or instigate others to do so, or otherwise misbehave in or around the Examination Hall.
  7. Unfair Means Case will be registered against the candidate who is found in possession of fire-arms or anything capable of being used as a weapon of offence in or around Examination Hall.
  8. No one is allowed to leave the Examination Hall before first one hour is over. If any one leaves after one hour or before half the time is over, he/she shall not be allowed to take away the Question Paper.
  9. Un-authorized change of center is strictly prohibited. If any one change his/ her center of examination at his/ her own, un-fair means case will be registered against him/her, similarly no change of subject is allowed unless permitted by the University.
  10. No one can appear in the Examination without getting his/her Roll Number Slip. Unfair-means   case shall be registered   against    those   who will violate the instructions and rules/regulations of the University

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